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Palm Trees Resort

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Patnem Beach Road, Palolem, Canacona 403702 India
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We welcome you to join us at The Palm Trees Ayurvedic Heritage. A tranquil and peaceful eco-resort hidden amongst the blissful coconut palms of Patnem in Canacona, South Goa. Surrounded by nature, a truly authentic Goan experience awaits you. We welcome guests from late October, through to the warmer month of May each year. During your stay with us, you can experience daily yoga classes at our onsite shala, Aramaya Yoga, Ayurveda treatments with our trained Kerala therapists, and of course delicious authentic Indian and Ayurvedic food served at our onsite restaurant, The Curry Leaf. You will find us hidden away in a small village a short walk from two beautiful beaches (Patnem beach and Rajbagh beach) with all the amenities you need to make your stay as perfect as possible. Between yoga practice and Ayurvedic treatments, you can relax on your private patio, swing in a hammock and enjoy the sound of the ocean lapping at the shore, or the sight of eagles coming home to roost in the coconut palms every sunset. During your stay with us, we want you to feel at one with the natural environment you are in. Our accommodation has been thoughtfully designed to truly blend in with the landscape in which it stands. Each cottage is lovingly constructed with locally sourced coconut wood and hand-woven coconut leaves from Kerala, ensuring you always feel an authentic connection with your surroundings during your stay. Each of our cottages is unique and has been carefully decorated to bring the local culture to life through careful placement of unique pieces of art and traditional furnishings. During your stay with us, you will have access to your own private outdoor area where you can spend time relaxing and enjoying the tranquil gardens and the estuary. Our eco-friendly private huts are perfect for both long and short stays We offer a choice of standard, family, and deluxe accommodation. All our accommodation includes over head fans, private bathrooms with a hot water shower, hand basin, and a modern toilet. Deluxe rooms also have a bathtub which is perfect for long sunset soaks while you take in the sounds of nature all around you. Guests can enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the property.
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Free public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Megha wrote a review Apr 2021
The accommodation was beautiful . Tucked beside the Patnem beach , palm trees provide the perfect place to rest, relax, and chill out from all the Sun you have had in the beach . Had a wonderful stay . Friendly staff and owner. If you want laid back soothing stay I highly recommend Palm trees :)
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Date of stay: April 2021
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Preity wrote a review Mar 2021
A beautiful, comfortable, and reasonably priced resort near patnem.beach. The staff are friendly and cater to your every need, the cottages are spacious and well appointed,it's more suited to a relaxing getaway than a party vacation. The service was truly a standout on my last trip - I really felt at home there. Would happily recommend to couples and groups of friends.
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Date of stay: March 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Aishwarya wrote a review Feb 2021
Imagine.... Waking up to the chirping birds and the leaves of the majestic mango tree rustling over your roof, you walk out, taking in the beautiful Goa breeze at your patio, followed by a walk at the serene Patnem beach which is literally a minute away. You come from the beach, enjoy tea or coconut water at one of the many options in the friendly neighborhood. Back at the resort, you pick up a book and lay in the hammock, soaking in the beautifully filtered sunshine, admiring the effortless beauty of this gorgeous property, wondering how breathtaking nature's simplicity is. And then you go grab a bite at one of the many cafés/restaurants/shacks. After a long day, you come back to your clean, comfortable, poster bed, sleep like a baby & wake up the next day mentally, emotionally and physically, nourished. This is how my days at the Palm Trees Resort were like. Words can't justify the experience. A little bit of Kerala, little bit of Goa and a full lot of heaven. I stayed there for 3 days and below are some things I loved about my stay at The Palm Trees: 1. Property - it's everything you want when traveling, it's clean, dreamy, comfortable rooms, spacious bathrooms, each cottage has a patio and an excellent free WiFi/network. Most importantly, the tarrifs are unbelievably low for the place. 2. Proximity - it's close to all the main attractions of the Palolem and Patnem beaches. Beach is just a minute's walk from there, tonnes of options around to eat and Palolem is just a 10 mins tuktuk. 3. People - I was traveling solo, hence it was super important for me to be comfortable about my surroundings and I can gladly say the team made me feel at home. George (the owner), Junaid and Mohammed, all 3 are seasoned hosts who truly look after you and are there to help you with everything you might need. Thank you George for making this place and letting us experience the joy of being wrapped in nature's arms.
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled solo
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Ranjan Matthew wrote a review Jan 2021
Hyderabad, India
My wife and I booked palm trees for 8 days in the last week of December 2020 and thought it seemed pretty decent from it's online presence and reviews. Most people doted on its 'eco-friendliness' and hassle free rooms. Palm trees is located about 200m from the patnem beach on the patnem beach road. The staff, which mostly consists of Junaid, Mohammed, and a friendly aunty who single-handedly cleans the entire venue and does the laundry as well. There's a friendly on-site dog who's always a joy to see. The pros and cons are as follows, and I'm hoping people can make a well informed decision if they wish to stay here: Pros: 1. Junaid, Mohammed, and the aunty are all super friendly and helpful. 2. Clean linen. 3. The surroundings inside the property are super clean and kept spic and span (except the couple staying in the cottage next to us who kept loudly clearing their throats and coughing gobs of phlegm right out the front door into the sand. Disgusting). 4. The friendly dog. Cons: 1. We paid nearly 4,500 a night, which I understand is the absolute peak rate thanks to the end of the year season. 40k for a week here is nearly 4 times the actual rate for what this places offers and the way the rooms are actually built. 2. The room doesn't have air-conditioning and for this rate, that's pretty sad. 3. Did we need air-conditioning? Well, it was winter, and the temperature at night was pretty cold outside, but the sad thing is, the cottages don't have any cross-ventilation, or any source of fresh air whatsoever. There are two windows, but if you keep them open at night? Mosquitos will drain you of your blood and life spirit before the sun even rises. 4. There is no natural light inside the cottages. Even at 10 am, when it's super bright and sunny outside, the inside of your cottage will be pitch dark. This isn't nice to wake up to at all. 5. Because there's loads of blood-sucking mosquitos, you simply cannot keep the two provided windows open. Please please please provide window mesh (even the basic velcro-fastened ones). The rooms need ventilation at night and light during the day. 6. We had to keep the windows closed, and the bed is covered by a mosquito net tent, tucked in on all sides, which meant it was hot, stuffy, and steamy inside the room. We could barely get a single night's decent sleep here. 7. Even with the fan on high speed, the net pretty much blocks all the air flow, and we didn't feel any of the fan's cooling effects inside the net-tent. This meant tossing and turning all night, craving fresh air. To top it off, you are provided with thick, warm, winter quilts. 8. There's no bed side tables, or any hooks to hang anything. This meant piling used clothes, on top of a single provided stool, or on top of a wobbly steel cupboard inside the room. Storing used/sweaty/sea soaked clothes INSIDE the cupboard is a big no no because everything inside the room is steamy and suffocating anyway. 9. The bed takes up 85% of the entire room is abuts one wall of the cottage. The bed is only accessible from the bottom, or the side near the bathroom door. This means, the person sleeping near the wall has to roll OVER his/her sleeping partner if he/she wants to use the bathroom at night. Climbing out from the bottom of the bed means un-tucking the mosquito net and is a horrible acrobatic maneuver which ensures a few mosquitos coming in while leaving/re-entering the bed. Good luck doing all this in pitch black darkness. 10. Super dim bulb in the bathroom with no hand soap. Only the ubiquitous medimix is provided to bathe and wash your hands with. Not a big deal though. We carried our own shampoo and bought a hand soap dispenser from the neighborhood general store. The bathroom door was next to impossible to latch from the inside as the locking mechanism was brutally mis-aligned. This meant one partner had to sit outside the entire room while the other went for a poop because the bathroom door would swing open (and there's zero ventilation in the room so you know what that means). We stayed in room 107. Try locking the bathroom from the inside please. 11. No place beside the bed to place a water bottle, place your charging phone, or any accessories whatsoever. Everything has to be placed on the bed where two of you sleep. Now imagine trying to charge a phone at night, and taking the wire through the mosquito net fortress, and then getting up at night to take a pee over your sleeping partner. Madness. 12. During the midday sun, when we didn't want to die of sunstroke, we would often come back to our room to lie down or rest, and we had to open the windows and front door to let some fresh air in, but even then, on a still day, with the fan on, you would NEVER feel any air hitting you as the top of the bed is completely covered by mosquito net. 13. We paid the full amount for all 8 days but checked out a day early since we found a nearby place which was a much larger room, with a nice split AC, and large french windows. We paid less than half the room rate there and happily gave up 4.5k just to leave. You cannot do this to your customers Palm Trees. "Eco-friendly" doesn't mean exceedingly uncomfortable, stiflingly hot-and-sweaty, and very very tough to move around because of non-existent fresh air and exceedingly cramped interiors and furniture placement. The walls are so thin that we could hear every conversation of the occupants staying on our left, right, AND front! Now imagine them listening to loud music on portable heavy bass speakers! It's chaos. This is aimed at being a factual report of the resort and there is zero hatred for anyone (except confusion and anger at the person who conceptualized and built the rooms this way).
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Date of stay: December 2020
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SauravNag wrote a review Nov 2020
Pune, India
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My first visit outside home after vivid hit the world. We planed for and decided to stay at a know place. We want to avoid crowd so gone to south goa. George's place was lovely as before. Stayed 4 nights. Hope it will go back to its glory days.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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PRICE RANGE
US$43 - US$60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
IndiaGoaSouth Goa DistrictCanaconaPalolem
NUMBER OF ROOMS
10
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Frequently Asked Questions about Palm Trees Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Palm Trees Resort?
Nearby attractions include Yoga Cooking Classes (0.2 km) and Patnem-Colomb Beach (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Palm Trees Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and airport transportation.
What food & drink options are available at Palm Trees Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Palm Trees Resort?
Yes, free public parking nearby and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Palm Trees Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Nada Brahma, Bakehouse patnem, and Jaali Boutique and Cafe.
Does Palm Trees Resort have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Palm Trees Resort offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Palm Trees Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Russian, Hindi, and Arabic.
Are there any historical sites close to Palm Trees Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Cabo de Rama Fort (15.9 km).
Is Palm Trees Resort accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.